This is a one-year pilot project designed to (a) teach social interaction skills among students with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) and their peers; and (b) promote the inclusion of these students in both academic and non-academic activities throughout their school day and across multiple settings, such as general education classes, physical education classes, the library, or the cafeteria. This intervention will comprise three components: (a) teaching valued social interaction skills via peer mediation, (b) supporting students without disabilities in their social interactions with their peers with ASD, and (c) providing inclusive opportunities for students with and without ASD to interact with each other across multiple environments and activities. Social skills instruction and social inclusion activities will be facilitated by students' peers ("mentors") in order to promote performance generalization. Multiple measures will be used to evaluate the effectiveness of the model. Findings will be used to leverage external funding for expansion and replication of the project.